Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI) is a term used to describe visual impairment that occurs due to brain injury. CVI differs from other types of visual impairment which are due to physical problems with the eyes. CVI is caused by damage to the visual centers of the brain, which interferes with communication between the brain and the eyes. The eyes are able to see, but the brain is not interpreting what is being seen. Unfortunately, because of the lack of information about CVI in the medical community, many children are not diagnosed properly. As the leading diagnosis of visual impairment in children in the US, we desire to bring more awareness to our society about CVI. Donations will be sent to the moderators of Thinking Outside the Light-Box (www.corticalvisualimpairment.com) and proceeds will be used to purchase books and other materials about CVI, to be given away to group members as a way to support and bring awareness. 10% from the purchase of this Bravelets™ bracelet will be donated to raise awareness about Cortical Visual Impairment.